Why Does God’s Perfect Blend Of Mercy And Judgement Make Every Topnotch Blender Shudder As They Bellow Out Smoothies With Gravelly Excuses ? – Part 2

Contented, Covid-19, Decide, Excuses, Fair, Follow, Holy Spirit, Love, Rough, Smoothies, Thorns, Trending, Why Does God's Perfect Blend Of Mercy And Judgement Make Every Topnotch Blender Shudder As They Bellow Out Smoothies With Gravelly Excuses ? - Part 2, Wilderness
Contented, Covid-19, Decide, Excuses, Fair, Follow, Holy Spirit, Love, Rough, Smoothies, Thorns, Trending, Why Does God's Perfect Blend Of Mercy And Judgement Make Every Topnotch Blender Shudder As They Bellow Out Smoothies With Gravelly Excuses ? - Part 2, Wilderness

Why Does God’s Perfect Blend Of Mercy And Judgement Make Every Topnotch Blender Shudder As They Bellow Out Smoothies With Gravelly Excuses ?

When I consider the Intricate Sacrifice and the Elaborate Humiliation that Jesus Christ endured to save me I know I am loved. When I consider and contemplate the magnificence of Jesus’ domain and the jurisdiction over which He presides, I cannot help but be permanently spellbound at His Immense Mercy and Impartial Judgement as He begs me each day to choose life and shun evil.

The words of this song and the implications make me very happy and contented. The song says:

[1st Verse:]
I will follow Thee, my Savior,
Wheresoe’er my lot may be;
Where Thou goest I will follow,
Yes, my Lord, I’ll follow Thee.

[Refrain:]
I will follow Thee, my Savior,
Thou didst shed Thy blood for me;
And though all men should forsake Thee,
By Thy grace I’ll follow Thee.

[2nd Verse]
Though the road be rough and stormy,
Trackless as the foaming sea,
Thou hast trod this way before me,
And I gladly follow Thee.

[3rd Verse]
Though ’tis lone and dark and dreary,
Cheerless though my path may be,
If Thy voice I hear before me,
Fearlessly I’ll follow Thee.

[4th Verse]
Though I meet with tribulation,
Sorely tempted though I be,
I remember Thou wast tempted,
And rejoice to follow Thee.

[5th Verse]
Though Thou leadest through afflictions,
Poor, forsaken though I be,
Thou wast destitute, afflicted,
And I only follow Thee.

I will follow Thee my Savior was composed by James L. El­gin­burg. Here is a beautiful rendition of this inspiring song:

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